Fashion: Local Teenager Considers Fantastic Super Model Life over Regular Life

We are entering in the time of year where folks and citizens from around the globe look into the future with updated expectations. Fitting with this trend, a local teenage boy has looked into the 2017 fashion shift in regards to his post graduate future. “Well, at first I was looking into more business, or …

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Mr. Businesshearted Movie Review: That One Guy from “Jaws”

Guest Columnist Mr. Businesshearted watches movie "Jaws." Crowd favorite bewilders and impresses. It is not very often that a fellow like myself spends time watching the television set rather then studying it for delicious, delicious market survey information. However, that is exactly what happened the other day. I thought to myself, is this what people …

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Art : could your kids be at risk?

Asked about the controversy, convicted artists responded only, “ceci n’est pas un commentaire.”

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Tourist Takes Picture of Corridor

PARIS (OR MAYBE BELGIUM?) – This week, an Edmontonian abroad immortalized European urban life as he snapped a photo of a pedestrian corridor in the historical centre of a French city whose name he will never learn to pronounce. After waiting patiently for several other tourists to clear out of the shot, up-and-coming photographer Peter James used …

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Alberta’s current economic problems inspires suprising ‘Multitude’ of cynicism: An Infographic

Edmonton West Star March 15th 2015 As the finacial world explodes over the news that Alberta has officially ‘done gone broke’ as one economist has aptly stated, researchers at the Edmonton West Star have come to the startling conclusion that the province's reaction is ‘surprisingly varied’ in the types of rage it is feeling. "We …

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Cheer leading industry in decline, losing women to ‘real female roles’

Chip Cofton unpacks his gold-plated pom-poms as he gazes out the window of his new office and lets out a long sigh. Canada's leading cheer leading agent has has left his Toronto loft, downsizing to a furniture-alley storefront in Edmonton. “This industry used to be like shooting fish in a barrel,” Cofton grumbles. “Back in …

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Advertising Feature: University of Alberta celebrates long history of being ‘almost worth money’

The Edmonton West Star,  01/10/2013 - The University of Alberta, situated in Edmonton on the lovely banks of the North Saskatchewan River, boldly enters its second century of sucking dreams dry. Locally known as 'just what you do when you're done high school', this academic institution is proud of its reputation as 'the entrepreneur of …

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Novembrance Day a ‘good time to go to big mall’

The Edmonton Weststar,  November 08th, 2012 Slow walkers of all ages are invited to celebrate Novembrance day at Edmonton’s world-class big mall. On November 11th at 11:11AM, patrons young and old will stop complaining how November is too early for Christmas music and observe a moment of silence in remembrance of the many sacrifices made …

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